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Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Can either party achieve unity after contentious primaries?

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Can either party achieve unity after contentious primaries?

Amy Walter and Stuart Rothenberg join Gwen Ifill to discuss the latest in politics.

Can either party achieve unity after contentious primaries?

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour Why a former governor thinks 2016 is a third-party year

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Why a former governor thinks 2016 is a third-party year

Libertarian candidate and former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson discusses his platform.

Why a former governor thinks 2016 is a third-party year

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour A resurgence for the ‘Mother Road’: revitalizing Route 66

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A resurgence for the ‘Mother Road’: revitalizing Route 66

Route 66 is making a comeback, thanks to its storied past. Jeffrey Brown reports.

A resurgence for the ‘Mother Road’: revitalizing Route 66

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour News Wrap: Tropical storm slams FL; Syrian forces make gains

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News Wrap: Tropical storm slams FL; Syrian forces make gains

Emergencies in 34 Fla. counties after Tropical Storm Colin brings wind and torrential rain

News Wrap: Tropical storm slams FL; Syrian forces make gains

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour In Democratic race, CA’s delegate haul still up for grabs

PBS NewsHour

In Democratic race, CA’s delegate haul still up for grabs

Hillary Clinton grabs primary wins in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands over the weekend.

In Democratic race, CA’s delegate haul still up for grabs

Video thumbnail: PBS NewsHour NPR journalist lost in Afghan ambush left a prolific legacy

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NPR journalist lost in Afghan ambush left a prolific legacy

David Greene of NPR joins Gwen Ifill to remember the life and work of David Gilkey.

NPR journalist lost in Afghan ambush left a prolific legacy

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